Video: Cat Power – “Woman” (ft. Lana Del Rey) Directed by Greg Hunt. From Wanderer, due October 5 on Domino Record Co. Chan Marshall is a badass. This is her first new music since 2012’s Sun and it was worth the wait. “Woman” features everything we love about Cat Power: spooky instrumentation, moody vocals, intimidating … Continue reading New Cat Power video: Woman
Video: Franz Ferdinand – “Always Ascending” From Always Ascending, out February 9 on Domino Record Co. Always and always and always ascending The Shepard misleads so you think you’re transcending A Shepard tone, according to Wikipedia, is a sound consisting of a superposition of sine waves separated by octaves, creating the auditory illusion of a … Continue reading New Franz Ferdinand video: Always Ascending
Video: The Kills – “Desperado” (Rihanna Cover) From the Echo Home – Non-Electric EP, out June 2 on Domino Records with a limited edition 10” vinyl release due August 18. Let’s count the number of acoustic covers of hip hop songs that don’t suck. Zero? Sounds about right. Remember downloading the Gourd’s version of “Gin … Continue reading The Kills cover Rihanna
Video: Animal Collective – “Today’s Supernatural” From Centipede Hz, due September 4 on Domino. Directed by Danny Perez. Typically trippy video but the song is more straightforward organ-driven garage rock than some of their kookier, sample-heavy prior stuff. Still psychedelic though thanks to the crazy vocal effects. The new album will not contain the “Honeycomb” … Continue reading New Animal Collective video: Today’s Supernatural
The Fall is back with a new showcase of raw talent…now on Domino.
“My propeller won’t spin, and I can’t get it started on my own.”
God is dead. Indie is dead. Therefore, Indie is God.
The fourth official video from Merriweather Post Pavilion.
Video: Arctic Monkeys – “Crying Lightning” We posted the audio stream a couple weeks ago, but here’s the official video for “Crying Lightning,” the single from Humbug, due August 25 on Domino. They’re apparently refugee zombies now…or something. Arctic Monkeys: iTunes, Amazon, Insound, wiki.